This year we will be mostly following Benrik’s ‘change your life’ diary (£12.99, Penguin Viking) to the letter. ‘Its dictates may seem arbitrary, but only thus can we counter the arbitrariness of fate,’ write co-authors Ben Carey and Henrik Delehag. Sounds good enough. On Tuesday, we sent a letter to a mass murderer. Yesterday, we flattered someone to see if it got us anywhere (result still pending). Today, we are gay for a day (in other circumstances, we’d be playing it straight). Tomorrow, we will be discreetly giving people the finger. Log on to www.thiswebsitewillchange yourlife.com and become a part of our new religion.
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